M trains riders beware, there is a pervert on the platform. Cops are looking to identify a suspect who has grabbed the buttocks and private parts of five different women from Feb. 5 to July 30, while the women were standing at the Grand Avenue or Elmhurst Avenue subway stations. The females were between ages […]
It’s five weeks to go for Anthony Testani and Irene Kalimeris. The pair is being trained for 12 weeks – at no cost – by Jordan Schneider, founder and owner of Sage Exclusive Fitness in Whitestone and a personal trainer with a degree in exercise physiology. Both Testani and Kalimeris have been training with Schneider […]
Fans of Fox’s hit series “Gotham” won’t have to wait until Monday to enjoy the new season, as they will get a sneak peek into what Bruce Wayne will be up to this fall during a sneak peek at Flushing Meadows Corona Park.
After a nearly two-month-long battle with the MTA to keep the garden gates open, local supporters and volunteers paid a final farewell to the Ridgewood Community Garden on Monday night with a barbecue and garden party.
The Ridgewood Community Garden has been padlocked since late June, when the MTA first issued a vacate order prohibiting access to the land beneath the M train tracks between Woodbine Street and Woodward Avenue.
When a small group of local organizers first saw a dormant stretch of land beneath the M train line between Woodbine Street and Woodward Avenue, they envisioned a community space brimming with agriculture, urban farming and educational programs.
Hoping to give commuters another public transit alternative, City Councilwoman Elizabeth Crowley is calling for light rail service between Glendale and Long Island City on the Long Island Rail Road’s Montauk branch, which currently offers only freight service.